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  • ZZ Top - Expect No Quarter (2 x10″LP) (10``LP)

    50,00

    First Edition of 2000 copies. Limited / Numbered. Green & Purple Vinyl, Gatefold.

    Live show from the Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey, 1980.

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  • Nikki Hill - Here`s (LP)

    29,90

    Nikki Hillin eka albumi VIHDOINKIN MYÖS VINYYLINÄ.

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  • Long Tall Texans - Adventures (LP)

    30,00

    Aikoja sitten loppuunmyyty albumi. Varasto löytö 3 kpletta!!!

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  • Cochran Eddie - Something Else-The Ultimate Collection 8CD Boxset + KIRJA (CD)

    150,00

    SISÄLTÄÄ KAIKKI TÄMÄN TODELLISEN ROCK`N`ROLL LEGENDAN STUDIO ÄÄNITYKSET. MUKANA MYÖS HARVINAISIA LIVE ÄÄNITYKSIÄ! ! MUKANA UPEA 192 SIVUINEN KIRJA! All vocal recordings by Eddie Cochran, whether as a solo artist or member of the Cochran Brothers,

    including his timeless hits

    * Some out-takes are also included!

    * A killer selection from Eddie’s instrumental and experimental recordings!

    * Demos, live recordings, and interviews!

    * A selection of Eddie’s work as a session guitarist for Skeets McDonald, Wynn Stewart, Ray Stanley, Lee

    Denson, Gene Vincent, Bob Luman and Johnny Burnette.

    * An incredible hardcover book with many rare photos, hundreds of label and cover reproductions and a

    newly researched biography by Stuart Colman, and a discography by Antoon van Olderen with Stuart

    Colman, Russ Wapensky, and Richard Weize.

    Eddie Cochran was truly Somethin’ Else. He had the look. He had the talent. He had the attitude. He played

    guitar–really played guitar. He produced his own records. He wrote his own songs. And he died too soon,

    leaving the tantalizing promise of what might have been. Eddie Cochran was no prefabricated teen idol. He

    controlled his music in a way that few early rock ’n’ rollers could or did. He lived in the studio and explored its

    potential, and, as rock ’n’ roll changed, he changed with it. His death in 1960 was a tragic loss.

    This is the most comprehensive Eddie Cochran compilation ever assembled!

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  • Lightnin´ Hopkins - The Great Electric Show And Dance (Käytetty LP/12)

    30,00

    Still sealed / Muoveissa. 1969 julkaistun albumi reissue.
    Recorded at ACA Studios. Houston and Steve Wrights Studio, Tyler Texas.

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  • Martin Scorsese Presents - The Blues: A Musical Journey 7 DVD Boxset (DVD)

    75,00

    ”WOW MIKÄ LAATIKKO! NÄITÄ VAIN YKSI!! VARASTOLÖYTÖ!!!

    Special Features: Contains seven feature-length films: Feel Like Going Home directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Peter Guralnick
    The Soul of a Man directed and written by Wim Wenders
    The Road to Memphis directed by Richard Pearce and written by Robert Gordon
    Warming by the Devil’s Fire directed and written by Charles Burnett Godfathers and Sons directed by Marc Levin Red, White & Blues directed by Mike Figgis Piano Blues directed by Clint Eastwood….. ____Over three hours of special feature material: Live performances not seen in the film Director commentaries On-camera interviews with the directors Director biographies and filmographies Special menu options to scan for all music performances Trailerit may have been underrated when first broadcast on PBS on consecutive nights in the fall of ’03, but executive producer Martin Scorsese’s homage to the blues is a truly significant, if imperfect, achievement. ”Musical journey” is an apt description, as Scorsese and the six other directors responsible for these seven approximately 90-minute films follow the blues–the foundation of jazz, soul, R&B, and rock & roll–from its African roots to its Mississippi Delta origins, up the river to Memphis and Chicago, then to New York, the United Kingdom, and beyond. Some of the films (like Wim Wenders’s The Soul of a Man and Charles Burnett’s Warming by the Devil’s Fire) use extensive fictional film sequences, generally to good effect. There’s also plenty of documentary footage, interviews, and contemporary studio performances recorded especially for these films.The last are among the best aspects of the DVDs, as the bonus material features the set’s only complete tunes. Lou Reed’s ”See That My Grave Is Kept Clean” and the ElektriK Mud Kats’ (with Chuck D. of Public Enemy) hip-hop-cum-traditional updating of Muddy Waters’s ”Mannish Boy” are among the best of them; on the other hand, a rendition of ”Cry Me a River” by Lulu (?!) is a curious choice, even with Jeff Beck on hand. The absence of lengthier vintage clips, meanwhile, is the principal drawback. For that reason alone, Clint Eastwood’s Piano Blues is the best of the lot; a musician himself, Eastwood simply lets the players play, which means we get extensive file footage of the likes of Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, and Nat ”King” Cole, as well as new performances by Ray Charles, Dr. John, and others. Overall, this is a set to savor, a worthwhile investment guaranteed to grow on you over the course of repeated viewings. –Sam GrahamProduct DescriptionThis 7 DVD set features rare archival performance footage of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon, John Lee Hooker, Bo Diddley, Eric Clapton and many more. It also features newly filmed performances by contemporary artists singing classic blues songs”

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  • Burnette Johnny - Train Kept A Rollin – Memphis To Hollywood: The Complete Recordings 1955-1964 (9CD Boxset + BOOK) (CD)

    199,99

    TAAS SAATAVILLA! RAJOITETTU PAINOS!

    KAIKKI JOHNNY BURNETTE BIISIT SAMALLA BOXILLA, JA MUKANA UPEA KIRJA.

    Johnny Burnette was at the heart of rock ’n’ roll music for almost ten years, and had a leading role in most of the changes that overtook the music from the dawn of rockabilly to the British Invasion. Now his music from those incredible years is complete for the first time!Johnny Burnette was one of the very few Memphis rockabillies actually born in Memphis. Many rank his 1956 and 1957 Rock ’n’ Roll Trio recordings as the finest in all of rockabilly. The explosiveness and youthful energy truly heralded a new era in music, and the Trio’s impact is felt to this day. But there was much more to Johnny Burnette, and it’s all here on 9 CDs. Here is his very first record from 1955 as well as all of the Rock ’n’ Roll Trio recordings complete with alternate takes, and all of Johnny’s Hollywood recordings, plus one hundred rare or unissued demos. Johnny and his brother Dorsey began their west coast career writing songs for Ricky Nelson (Believe What You Say, It’s Late, etc.). Johnny recorded for Nelson’s label, Imperial, in 1958, then switched to Freedom/Liberty Records later that year. During his four years on Liberty, he scored several worldwide smash hits that defined the early Sixties, including Dreamin’, You’re Sixteen, Little Boy Sad, and Big Big World. All the issued and previously unissued Liberty recordings are here, complete for the first time. After leaving Liberty in 1962, he recorded for Chancellor (seven unissued Chancellor recordings are included here), Reprise, and then Capitol. The Capitol sessions are complete at last, too. Finally, Johnny recorded for his own label, Sahara/Magic Lamp, before dying tragically in a boating accident in 1964.In addition to all of the session recordings, this exclusive boxed set includes three CDs of demos that Johnny recorded with Eddie Cochran, his brother Dorsey, and others. It also includes his instrumental recordings for Infinity and Gothic, as well as Dorsey’s rockabilly classic Bertha Lou (featuring Johnny on guitar and background vocals).This set also includes a newly researched biography by Colin Escott and a complete discography by Russ Wapensky and Richard Weize, as well as exclusive photos from private collections and the Burnette family

    CD1. JOHNNY BURNETTE & The Rock n’ Roll Trio CD7. (Demos; * = Dorsey; ** = Johnny & Dorsey) CD8. (Demos; * = Dorsey; ** = Johnny & Dorsey) CD9. (Demos; * = Dorsey; ** = Johnny & Dorsey)”

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  • Nelson Ricky - The American Dream – The Complete Imperial & Verve Recordings 1957-1962 (6CD Boxset) (CD)

    150,00

    TÄYDELLINEN !! Mukana mahtava kovakantinen kirja!!

    ABOUT RICKY NELSON…They call me a teenage idol…” Ricky Nelson sang in 1962. And of course he was the prototypical teenage idol. Already one of the most familiar faces on American television, he cut his first single at the age of seventeen. That single, I’m Walkin’, quickly amassed impressive sales and launched a career that would span three decades. A fan of Sun rockabilly, Ricky assembled his own band with a fabulous rock ’n’ roll sound, featuring guitarist James Burton, who would join him in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He drew songs from some of the era’s greatest writers, including Johnny and Dorsey Burnette, Baker Knight, Gene Pitney, and Johnny Cash

    And just in case anyone thought that the family sitcom made Ricky Nelson a star, it’s worth remembering that the show wasn’t broadcast outside the United States, but Ricky was an international star, an influence on Cliff Richard, and an early favorite of Paul McCartney, among many others.

    ABOUT THIS BOXED SET…Twenty-five years in the making! Ever since Bear Family Records started, we’ve wanted to do the complete Ricky Nelson recordings on Verve and Imperial. Few artists had the consistency …and few were as influential. But we didn’t want to do an incomplete job so we waited until we had access to all the original masters and session tapes so that we could do it absolutely right.Now we’re ready, and here’s what we found!

    * Every Rick Nelson recording for Verve and Imperial in pristine original sound quality from the original tapes!

    * The very rare Challenge recordings with the FLEAS and THROPHIES featuring Ricky.

    * Many titles in stereo as well as mono!

    * Many previously unissued alternate takes, not included on the recent boxed set or elsewhere!

    * Sessions with false starts and incomplete takes. We’ll take you to Master Recorders for a Ricky Nelson session!

    * Rare TV performances, including duets with Lorrie Collins of the Collins Kids.

    * Rare movie performances including a duet with Dean Martin!

    * An incredible hardcover book with many previously unpublished photos and a newly researched biography by Los Angeles-based music journalist Todd Everett!

    * New 3-track mixes by Bill Inglot. Do we need to say more? * Yes we do: The production and final mastering is done by the ’One and Only Bob Jones!’

    * Did we forget to mention hits? They’re all here: I’m Walkin’, Be-Bop Baby, Stood Up, Waitin’ In School, Believe What You Say, My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It, Poor Little Fool, Lonesome Town, I Got A Feelin’, Never Be Anyone Else But You, It’s Late, Just A Little Too Much, Travelin’ Man, Hello Mary Lou, A Wonder Like You, Young World, Teenage Idol, It’s Up To You, Today’s Teardrops…and many more!* = STEREO”

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  • Presley Elvis - Elvis At Stax 2LP (Ltd, Blue) (LP)

    35,00

    ”180 gramman upea vinyyli paketti! UUSINTAJULKAISU 2013 julkaistusta tupla-albumista. Rajoitettu 2000 kappaleen painos sinisellä vinyylillä.

    Riding high on the success of ’Aloha From Hawaii’ (also on vinyl), Elvis did something remarkable. He decided that his next recording project would be on his home turf – Memphis, TN. The most desirable studio in town was the red-hot STAX, the launching pad of such greats as Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam & Dave and Isaac Hayes. Elvis assembled the very best musicians in town, members of Booker T. and The MGs, The Memphis Boys and his own TCB band to create the ultimate band and he searched for fresh new material that would reflect his new path. Such songs as ’I Got A Feelin’ In My Body’ and ’Loving Arms’ demonstrate an artist looking to broaden his palette and his reach. The Stax material has never been positioned as a whole body of work, but is an amazing chapter of Elvis’ career. With the ’Elvis At Stax’ release, all of this material is collected for the first time. Along with some of the funky outtakes, it creates a fresh new package that, while it doesn’t have the known hits, tells a great story.”

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  • Frenzy - Hall Of Mirrors + 1 bonus track (Black) (LP)

    25,00

    Uusintapainos klassikosta. Mukana hieno inner. 180 gramman upea musta vinyyli.

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  • 44s Featuring Kid Ramos - Boogie Disease (Käytetty CD)

    17,00

    Still sealed!!!

    Produced by ace guitarist Kid Ramos who also played on four tracks. Then there’s the topnotch material: two blues from the band, a Ramos instrumental called ”Johnny Cochino,” and lively, surprising interpretations of classics credited to the late, lamented west coast harmonica wizards Lester Butler and William Clarke and to past Chicago titans Willie Dixon and Howlin’ Wolf. Johnny Main grounds his outstanding singing and guitar playing in real experience-his talent’s as honest as the day is long. Tex Nakamura has forged his own stirring voice from studying Little Walter and other legendary harmonica mentors. Bassist Mike Turturro and drummer J. R. Lozano are as solid a team as any you’ll hear, calibrating rhythmic flow with alertness and intelligence, never calling undue attention to themselves. For their one-of-a-kind blues, the 44’s successfully mine the tension between the turbocharged passion of modern musicians and the thrilling allure of the rich blues history they love so much.

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  • Various - The Complete Motown Singles | Vol. 3: 1963 (4CD + 7″ Vinyl) Boxset (Käytetty CD)

    100,00

    Track-by-track annotations by Bill Dahl and Keith Hughes. Edited by Harry Weinger and Thane Tierney.

    Bill Dahl of Chicago has written hundreds of album reviews, feature stories and various articles about music and musicians. He has been nominated for a Grammy(R) award for his notes to Ray Charles’ Genius & Soul: The 50th Anniversary Collection. With Weldon A. McDougal III, Dahl is the author of Motown: The Golden Years.

    Keith Hughes of Wantage, England, is the author of Don’t Forget The Motor City, a Motown discography, and has written articles for a variety of soul magazines. His research has appeared in several CD compilations.

    Billboard chart information courtesy of BPI Communications Inc. and Joel Whitburn’s Record Research Inc.

    Discographical information courtesy of Motown Records Archive.

    Primary Sources: The Hitsville Session Logbooks, The Motown Library Tape Filling Card Index, The Motown 45 RPM Record Label Files, The Jobete Music Company Catalog January, 1959-March 31, 1967.

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    Digitally remastered from the original analog single masters by Ellen Fitton at Universal Mastering Studios-East.

    With thanks to: All of the artists and Motown staffers who contributed their memories, and to the Motown Winners’ Circle (Chris Jenner, John Lester, Andrew Skurow and Paul Nixon); Bill Levenson, Ritchie Hardin, Martin Hughes, Ron Murphy, Robert Pruter and Eric Charge.

    Photos: Motown Records Archives except pgs. 17, 92: courtesy Linda Griner; Amos Milburn LP courtesy Show Time Music Archives (Toronto); Worshopp Jazz LPs courtesy Stu Hackel; Single labels courtesy Lars Nilsson.

    Our gratitude to Berry Gordy, the Gordy family, the artists, musicians, engineers, writers, producers, arrangers, handclappers and footstompers at 2468 West Grand Boulevard.

    (C) 2005 Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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  • Various - The Complete Motown Singles | Vol. 2: 1962 (4CD + 7″ Vinyl) Boxset (Käytetty CD)

    75,00

    Track-by-track annotations by Bill Dahl and Keith Hughes, edited by Harry Weinger and Thane Tierney.

    Bill Dahl of Chicago has written hundreds of album reviews, feature stories and various articles about music and musicians. He has been nominated for a Grammy(R) award for his notes to Ray Charles’ Genius & Soul: The 50th Anniversairy Collection. With Weldon A. McDougal III, Dahl is the author of Motown: The Golden Years.

    Keith Hughes is the author of Don’t Forget The Motor City, a Motown discography, and has written articles for a variety of soul magazines. His research has appeared in several CD compilations. Hughes lives in Oxfordshire, England.

    Bilboard chart information courtesy of BPI Communications Inc. and Joel Whitburn’s Record Research Inc.

    Discographical information courtesy of Motown Records Archive.
    Primary sources: The Hitsville Session Logbooks, The Motown Library Tape Filling Card Index, The Motown 45 RPM Record Label Files.

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    Digitally remastered from the original analog single masters by Ellen Fitton at Universal Mastering Studios-East.

    Our gratitude to Berry Gordy, the Gordy family, the artists, musicians, engineers, writers, producers, arrangers, handclappers and footstompers at the beginning of the magic at 2468 West Grand Boulevard.

    With Thanks To: All of the artists and Motown staffers who contributed their memories, and to the Motown Winners’ Circle (Chris Jenner, John Lester, Andrew Skurow and Paul Nixon); Bruce Resnikoff, Bill Levenson, Ron Murphy, Ritchie Hardin, Paul Barker, Martin Hughes, and Motown fans worldwide.

    (C) 2005 Motown Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

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    Edition limited to 8000 non-numbered limited edition copies.

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  • Hank III - Damn Right, Rebel Proud [Explicit Content] 2LP+CD (Käytetty LP/12)

    100,00

    LIMITED EDITION 2LP . Todella harvinainen vinyylipainos! EKA PAINOS CD_N kera! STILL SEALED/ MUOVEISSA!!

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  • Frantic Flintstones - Rock It Boy (Käytetty CD)

    20,00

    Vuosina 1991-1993 äänitettyjä menopaloja…

    HUOM! ORIGINAL / Alkuperäinen Rumble CD!

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